Prof. Racoon Trap 1 Spring Door 32x10x12
The Havahart Large 1-Door Animal Trap is designed and used by professional trappers, has one spring loaded door for safe, secure catches. Animal control officers also trust and use these live raccoon and groundhog traps -- so can you!
Havahart one door animal cage traps are constructed of sturdy rust-resistant wire mesh with steel reinforcements for long life and galvanized for maximum resistance to rust and corrosion.
Mesh openings are smaller than competing traps of comparable size to prevent escapes and stolen bait. Spring loaded doors and sensitive triggers ensure quick, secure captures that target the specific animal's size, eliminating undesired catches.
Solid doors and handle guards protect users during transportation, while smoothed internal edges protect and prevent injuries to animals. These traps are made in the U.S.A.
Trap at a Glance:
- Constructed of sturdy rust-resistant wire mesh with steel reinforcements.
- Spring loaded door and sensitive triggers ensure quick, secure captures.
- Solid door and handle guards protect users during transportation.
- Ideal for catching raccoons, stray cats, groundhogs (woodchucks), and opossums.
- Made with a sensitive trigger and smaller mesh opening to prevents any stolen bait.
- Sturdy, high tensile, wire mesh keeps neighborhood pest contained.
- Galvanized steel fights rust and corrosion.
Peace Of Mind
- Spring loaded door that provides a safe, secure catch for not only you, but your troublesome visitor.
- Strong, solid door and large handle guard offers protection during transportation.
- Smoothed internal edges protect and prevent injuries to animals and to you.
Step-by-Step Trapping Guide
Step 1: Place bait in back of trap
Armadillos: Meal worms, sardines
Groundhogs: Cantaloupe, sweet corn, lettuce
Opossums: Vegetables, sweet apples
Stray Cats: Fish, sardines, canned tuna
Raccoons: Fish, marshmallows
Step 2: Set the trap
Set the live animal trap in the location of the nuisance animal. You can camouflage the trap by placing twigs and leaves on top. You can also leave an unset baited trap for a few days to entice the animal.
Step 3: Check the trap regularly
Animals can become stressed if caged for long periods of time. Hot and cold weather conditions can also harm the animal.